FEMALE_1: Hollywood, the land of dreams where stars are made.
FEMALE_1: But in 2014, for one of the world's largest film studios,
FEMALE_1: it became the land of nightmares.
FEMALE_1: [NOISE] That year, Sony Pictures fell victim
FEMALE_1: to a devastating cyber attack that
FEMALE_1: shook the entertainment industry to its very core.
FEMALE_1: Hackers infiltrated the media colossus and stole
FEMALE_1: 100 terabytes of data from Sony servers.
FEMALE_2: The hackers then plastered
FEMALE_2: this confidential information across
FEMALE_2: the Internet for the world to see.
FEMALE_1: Tinseltown was consumed in the aftermath.
FEMALE_1: Actors were smeared, film premiers canceled,
FEMALE_1: studio heads forced to resign,
FEMALE_1: millions of potential dollars lost,
FEMALE_1: and a foreign state implicated the supposed reason for
FEMALE_1: all this drama in
FEMALE_1: outlandish comedy flick starring
FEMALE_1: Seth Rogen and James Franco,
FEMALE_1: where they tried to assassinate Kim Jong Un.
FEMALE_2: This could be a movie, don't you think?
FEMALE_2: Hey everyone, I'm Sylvie and welcome to The Vault.
FEMALE_2: Today, we are looking into the hacking of Sony Pictures
FEMALE_2: by a group who call themselves the Guardians of Peace,
FEMALE_2: or GOP for short.
FEMALE_1: The hack temporarily paralyzed the film studio and would
FEMALE_1: cost well over $15 million deal with the aftermath.
FEMALE_2: On top of that, the FBI
FEMALE_2: thinks the perpetrators are still out
FEMALE_2: there and may have been behind plenty of
FEMALE_2: other major cyber attacks in the years since.
FEMALE_2: To truly understand the scope of the Sony hack,
FEMALE_2: we have to break it down day by day.
FEMALE_1: On the morning of November 24th, 2014,
FEMALE_1: just days before the offices of
FEMALE_1: Sony Pictures would empty
FEMALE_1: out for the Thanksgiving holiday,
FEMALE_1: employees of the media giant are greeted by
FEMALE_1: something sinister when they boot up their computers.
FEMALE_1: Rather than their typical desktop displays,
FEMALE_1: thousands of screens at the Sony offices in Los Angeles
FEMALE_1: instead present a ghoulish red skeleton
FEMALE_1: with an ominous message.
UNKNOWN_1: Hacked by GOP.
UNKNOWN_1: We've already warned you,
UNKNOWN_1: and this is just the beginning.
UNKNOWN_1: We continue till our request be met.
UNKNOWN_1: We've obtained all your internal data
UNKNOWN_1: including your secrets and top secrets.
UNKNOWN_1: If you don't obey us,
UNKNOWN_1: we'll release data shown below to the world.
UNKNOWN_1: Determine what you will do till November
UNKNOWN_1: the 24th, 11:00 p.m.
FEMALE_2: Listed beneath are five links.
FEMALE_2: When clicked, these links open
FEMALE_2: a massive directory containing
FEMALE_2: hundreds of thousands of files
FEMALE_2: stolen from the Sony Picture servers.
FEMALE_2: Within these files, is
FEMALE_2: priceless information
FEMALE_2: regarding the inner workings of the studio,
FEMALE_2: and what's surprising to learn,
FEMALE_2: is that Sony executives had evidence
FEMALE_2: of a data breach three days prior.
FEMALE_1: The week before on Friday, November 21st, 2014,
FEMALE_1: several high ranking Sony Picture executives
FEMALE_1: including Co-chair Amy Pascal and CEO Michael Lynton,
FEMALE_1: received an e-mail from an account
FEMALE_1: using the name, Frank David.
UNKNOWN_1: Notice to Sony Pictures Entertainment
UNKNOWN_1: Inc. We've got great damage by Sony Pictures.
UNKNOWN_1: The compensation for it,
UNKNOWN_1: monetary compensations we want.
UNKNOWN_1: Pay the damage, or
UNKNOWN_1: Sony Pictures will be bombarded as a whole.
UNKNOWN_1: You know us very well.
UNKNOWN_1: We never wait long.
UNKNOWN_1: You'd better behave wisely.
UNKNOWN_1: From the apostles of God.
FEMALE_1: It has been reported that none of
FEMALE_1: the executives saw these messages.
FEMALE_1: The e-mails were apparently lost in
FEMALE_1: their inboxes or went directly to spam.
FEMALE_1: All was calm at Sony Pictures
FEMALE_1: and work led out for the weekend as normal.
FEMALE_2: When Pascal, Lynton, and Sony
FEMALE_2: employees returned to work on Monday the 24th,
FEMALE_2: the skeletons leap out of the closet.
FEMALE_1: After booting up their devices and being
FEMALE_1: greeted by the menacing red skull,
FEMALE_1: all computers on the Sony network are
FEMALE_1: instantly bricked, frozen, kaput.
FEMALE_2: Executives quickly order Sony employees worldwide
FEMALE_2: to shut down their systems in
FEMALE_2: an attempt to contain the intrusion.
FEMALE_1: Close to 8000 computers are lost.
Speaker 2: [MUSIC] Twenty one Twitter accounts registered to
Speaker 2: Sony Pictures are also compromised by the hackers,
Speaker 2: who stripped the pages of their content.
Speaker 2: Messages from the GOP instead fill the pages.
Speaker 2: Some of the posts indicate
Speaker 2: the GOP stands for Guardians of Peace.
Speaker 2: Accompanying the posts are images featuring
Speaker 2: grotesquely photo shopped heads of
Speaker 2: Michael Lynton and Amy Pascal.
Speaker 3: The next day on November 25th a spokeswoman for
Speaker 3: Sony Pictures e-mails deadline.com a
Speaker 3: statement downplaying the severity
Speaker 3: of the incident stating,
Speaker 3: "We are investigating an IT matter."
Speaker 3: November 26 2014, the hackers
Speaker 3: sent a new e-mail to
Speaker 3: four senior members of Sony Pictures,
Speaker 3: including Pascal and Lynton.
Speaker 5: We will punish you completely.
Speaker 5: I am ApostlesofGod, the boss of GOP.
Speaker 5: We began to release data because
Speaker 5: Sony Pictures refused our demand.
Speaker 5: Sony Pictures will come to know
Speaker 5: what the cost of your decision.
Speaker 5: We will make Sony Pictures deleted on
Speaker 5: the list of the Hollywood big stage six majors.
Speaker 5: You are to collapse surely.
Speaker 5: Damn to gruel and reckless Sony Pictures!
Speaker 5: From the Apostles of God.
Speaker 2: About an hour later,
Speaker 2: the GOP sends a second e-mail to Sony personnel.
Speaker 5: To pay the monetary compensation for
Speaker 5: the damage we got and there was no answer.
Speaker 5: So we hacked to paralyze the networks of
Speaker 5: Sony Pictures warning of the releasing
Speaker 5: all of the data unless our demands met.
Speaker 5: All of the data will soon be
Speaker 5: released including private data,
Speaker 5: and that may had made
Speaker 5: a firm determination to collapse Sony Pictures.
Speaker 5: Damn to gruel and reckless Sony Pictures.
Speaker 5: The Apostles of God.
Speaker 2: And yet it appears no action
Speaker 2: is taken by Sony Pictures at this time.
Speaker 2: November 27th 2014, the GOP dump's
Speaker 2: five unreleased Sony films
Speaker 2: onto file sharing sites around the Web.
Speaker 2: A week later, some of the films have been
Speaker 2: downloaded close to 1 million times.
Speaker 3: November 28th 2014.
Speaker 3: News reports claimed via internal sources
Speaker 3: that Sony is looking into a link between North Korea,
Speaker 3: the hack, and the Sony Pictures film, The Interview.
Speaker 3: The film is a comedy starring
Speaker 3: Seth Rogen and James Franco,
Speaker 3: and the plot follows the duo as they try to
Speaker 3: assassinate North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un.
Speaker 3: This is the first time
Speaker 3: a potential motive and suspects are hypothesized.
Speaker 2: Months prior in June,
Speaker 2: North Korean representatives put out
Speaker 2: two official statements condemning the film.
Speaker 3: The first in an interview with the UK Daily Telegraph.
Speaker 3: Claiming the film shows the desperation
Speaker 3: of the US Government and American society.
Speaker 2: The second complaint came through the United Nations,
Speaker 2: and the letter stated that the interview-
Speaker 3: Should be regarded as
Speaker 3: the most undisguised sponsoring of
Speaker 3: terrorism as well as an act of war,
Speaker 3: and that United States authorities should take
Speaker 3: immediate and appropriate action to ban
Speaker 3: the production and distribution
Speaker 3: of the aforementioned film;
Speaker 3: otherwise, it will be fully responsible
Speaker 3: for encouraging and sponsoring terrorism.
Speaker 3: December 1st 2014,
Speaker 3: the GOP releases the salaries of 17 Sony executives,
Speaker 3: and 6,000 other employees
Speaker 3: onto the file sharing site Pastebin.
Speaker 3: The media has a field day reporting extensively
Speaker 3: on the grandiose salaries of
Speaker 3: the media conglomerate head honchos.
Speaker 3: The FBI opens
Speaker 3: its official investigation into the Sony hack,
Speaker 3: and find the official site of the GOP,
Speaker 3: which is a Facebook group.
Speaker 3: The next day Amy Pascal and Michael Lynton release
Speaker 3: a company-wide memo claiming they're working
Speaker 3: with the FBI to get to the bottom of the hack.
Speaker 2: The paychecks of Seth Rogen and
Speaker 2: James Franco for The Interview are also leaked online.
Speaker 2: And if you can't guess already, it's a lot.
Speaker 3: December 3rd 2014,
Speaker 3: while sifting through one of the data dumps,
Speaker 3: journalists at Gawker find
Speaker 3: a treasure trove of employee complaints
Speaker 3: about Sony Pictures.
Speaker 3: Many of the disgruntled employees slammed the company.
Speaker 3: The films they produce [NOISE],
Speaker 3: and the actors they employ.
FEMALE_3: Personal information about
FEMALE_3: Sylvester Stallone, Judd Apatow,
FEMALE_3: and about 47,000 Sony employees is
FEMALE_3: now circulating on Torrent sites all over the Internet.
FEMALE_3: The leaked information includes addresses, phone numbers,
FEMALE_3: social security numbers, health and credit records,
FEMALE_3: and much much more.
FEMALE_3: December 5th, 2014, a fourth e-mail from
FEMALE_3: the GOP arrives in the inboxes of Sony picture employees.
UNKNOWN_2: I am the head of GOP who made you worry.
UNKNOWN_2: Removing Sony Pictures on earth is
UNKNOWN_2: a very tiny word for our group
UNKNOWN_2: which is a worldwide organization.
UNKNOWN_2: And what we have done so far is
UNKNOWN_2: only a small part of our further plan.
UNKNOWN_2: Many things beyond imagination will
UNKNOWN_2: happen at many places of the world.
UNKNOWN_2: Our agents find themselves act in necessary places.
UNKNOWN_2: Please sign your name to object the false of the company
UNKNOWN_2: at the e-mail address below
UNKNOWN_2: if you don't want to suffer damage.
UNKNOWN_2: If you don't, not only you
UNKNOWN_2: but your family will be in danger.
UNKNOWN_2: If you want to prevent us,
UNKNOWN_2: make your company behave wisely.
FEMALE_3: At the same time, a new data dump is
FEMALE_3: released onto multiple file sharing sites.
FEMALE_3: December 7th, 2014,
FEMALE_3: North Korea's National Defense Commission
FEMALE_3: releases a statement denying any involvement in the hack,
FEMALE_3: but commend the hackers for their efforts.
FEMALE_3: The hacking into the Sony Pictures
FEMALE_3: might be a righteous deed of the supporters
FEMALE_3: and sympathizers with the DPRK in response to its appeal.
FEMALE_3: The righteous reaction will get
FEMALE_3: stronger to smash the evil doings.
FEMALE_3: December 8th, 2014,
FEMALE_3: a new message from the GOP arrives on GitHub.
FEMALE_3: The message is directed at Sony and
FEMALE_3: makes demands about their movie of terrorism.
UNKNOWN_2: Gift of GOP for a fourth day: Their privacy,
UNKNOWN_2: by GOP, we are the GOP working all over the world.
UNKNOWN_2: Message to Sony, we have already given
UNKNOWN_2: our clear demand to the management team on Sony.
UNKNOWN_2: However, they have refused to accept.
UNKNOWN_2: Stop immediately showing the movie of terrorism
UNKNOWN_2: which can break the regional peace and cause the war.
UNKNOWN_2: You, Sony and FBI, cannot find us.
UNKNOWN_2: We are perfect as much.
UNKNOWN_2: The destiny of Sony is totally up
UNKNOWN_2: to the wise reaction and measure of Sony.
UNKNOWN_2: Their privacy.
FEMALE_3: The post also lists a password and
FEMALE_3: 20 different links to more stolen Sony data.
FEMALE_3: That day, Sony Pictures CEO, Michael Lynton,
FEMALE_3: releases a new internal memo to
FEMALE_3: try and quell worries from the Sony employees.
FEMALE_3: And that night, the hackers dump a list of
FEMALE_3: aliases used by various celebrities onto the web.
FEMALE_3: December 9th, 10th, and 11th,
FEMALE_3: the hackers released the full e-mail inboxes of
FEMALE_3: Amy Pascal and Steve Moscow online.
FEMALE_3: The inboxes contain multiple gigabytes of
FEMALE_3: e-mail exchanges related to
FEMALE_3: business and personal matters.
FEMALE_3: The most recent set of e-mails are from November 22nd,
FEMALE_3: two days before the outright hack occurred.
FEMALE_3: The press goes absolutely
FEMALE_3: bonkers with the leaked e-mail inboxes.
FEMALE_3: Unscrupulous exchanges between Amy Pascal
FEMALE_3: and high powered movie producer
FEMALE_3: Scott Rudin are unearthed and
FEMALE_3: published pretty much everywhere imaginable.
FEMALE_3: In the e-mails, the Sony executives slam actors,
FEMALE_3: threaten each other, and say
FEMALE_3: racist remarks about then President Obama.
FEMALE_3: The next day, Amy Pascal and Scott Rudin
FEMALE_3: make public apologies for their unsavory remarks,
FEMALE_3: and the interview has
FEMALE_3: its Los Angeles premiere among tight security detail.
FEMALE_3: December 13th and 14th,
FEMALE_3: the hackers released a seventh data dump onto pastebin.
FEMALE_3: Nothing overly salacious this time,
FEMALE_3: but a message is attached.
UNKNOWN_2: We are preparing for you a Christmas gift.
UNKNOWN_2: The gift will be larger quantities of data.
UNKNOWN_2: And it will be more interesting.
UNKNOWN_2: The gift will surely give you much more pleasure
UNKNOWN_2: and put Sony Pictures into the worst state.
FEMALE_3: The next day, the press publish
FEMALE_3: an early draft of the James Bond film,
FEMALE_3: Spectre, which they find in a previous data dump.
FEMALE_3: December 16th, 2014, the so-called Guardians of Peace,
FEMALE_3: post a new message to Pastebin.
FEMALE_3: This is the first time the hacker group
FEMALE_3: explicitly mentions the interview.
FEMALE_3: The message threatens retaliation on theaters,
FEMALE_3: which plan on screening the film and
FEMALE_3: moviegoers who plan to attend.
UNKNOWN_2: By GOP notice, we have
UNKNOWN_2: already promised a Christmas gift to you.
UNKNOWN_2: Warning we will clearly show it to you at
UNKNOWN_2: a very time and places "The interview" be shown,
UNKNOWN_2: including the premiere, how
UNKNOWN_2: bitter faith those who seek
UNKNOWN_2: fun in terror should be doomed to.
UNKNOWN_2: The world will be full of fear.
UNKNOWN_2: Remember the 11th of September 2001,
UNKNOWN_2: whatever comes in the coming days is caused
UNKNOWN_2: by the greed of Sony Pictures Entertainment.
UNKNOWN_2: All the world will denounce the Sony.
FEMALE_3: In light of these threats, Sony pulls the interview
FEMALE_3: from theaters and cancels
FEMALE_3: the film's Christmas day release.
FEMALE_3: They also begin to remove billboard advertising
FEMALE_3: across the country and
FEMALE_3: suspend all TV promotion for the film.
MALE_1: This a fun, look at him.
MALE_1: If that a real story, what is?
MALE_2: Okay, let's do it. [NOISE]
MALE_3: I heard her parents were diplomats.
FEMALE_4: December 19th, 2014,
FEMALE_4: the GOP reportedly contact Sony Pictures via e-mail.
FEMALE_4: They state that pulling The Interview was very wise.
FEMALE_4: The e-mail mentions that the leaks will
FEMALE_4: stop if Sony meets the rest of their demands.
MALE_4: No, we want to never let the movie released, distributed,
MALE_4: or leaked in any form,
MALE_4: for instance, DVD or piracy.
MALE_4: And we want everything related to the movie,
MALE_4: including its trailer, as well as its full
MALE_4: version down from any website, hosting them immediately.
FEMALE_4: The FBI releases a statement
FEMALE_4: officially tying the hack to North Korea.
FEMALE_4: December 21st, 2014, North Korea claims that
FEMALE_4: the Obama administration was
FEMALE_4: heavily involved in the production of The Interview.
FEMALE_4: [LAUGHTER] They state that the film's plot was
FEMALE_4: clear evidence of US government involvement.
FEMALE_4: In the statement, North Korea threatens
FEMALE_4: retaliation if the film is ever released.
FEMALE_5: The next day, North Korea's Internet
FEMALE_5: goes out for over 10 hours.
FEMALE_5: Many news organizations report they
FEMALE_5: suspect the US is behind the outages.
FEMALE_5: December 23rd and 24th,
FEMALE_5: Sony Pictures releases a statement via the press,
FEMALE_5: claiming The Interview will
FEMALE_5: show in some theaters on Christmas Day.
FEMALE_5: And reveal, seetheinterview.com,
FEMALE_5: where the film can be purchased via digital platforms.
FEMALE_5: December 25th, 2014, the film is
FEMALE_5: released online and in about 200 theaters in the US,
FEMALE_5: nothing happens on part of the GOP or North Korea.
FEMALE_5: The Interview goes on to net
FEMALE_5: $18 million through digital downloads.
FEMALE_5: Two months later, in February of 2015,
FEMALE_5: Amy Pascal is forced to step down
FEMALE_5: from her role as co-chair of Sony Pictures.
FEMALE_5: She cites the cyberattack as
FEMALE_5: the main reason for her departure.
FEMALE_5: That month, Sony disclosed they set aside $15 million
FEMALE_5: to deal with the fallout from
FEMALE_5: the cyberattack and revamp their computer systems.
FEMALE_5: [MUSIC] Okay.
FEMALE_5: So how exactly did the Sony hack occur,
FEMALE_5: and what real evidence is there to implicate North Korea?
FEMALE_5: Well, lucky for us,
FEMALE_5: their digital fingerprints are all over this one.
FEMALE_5: In 2018, following a four-year investigation,
FEMALE_5: the FBI released a 200-page affidavit,
FEMALE_5: which paints the pictures of the hacker's methodology,
FEMALE_5: and their ties to North Korea.
FEMALE_5: While the outright hack of
FEMALE_5: Sony Pictures happened in November,
FEMALE_5: evidence suggests that infiltration took
FEMALE_5: place a few months prior in September of that year.
FEMALE_5: [MUSIC] Spear phishing is
FEMALE_5: a common tactic where hackers send fraudulent messages to
FEMALE_5: victims in an attempt to make them
FEMALE_5: follow a link or download a file.
FEMALE_5: Spear phishing messages are
FEMALE_5: targeted and designed to look legitimate.
FEMALE_5: The hackers needed access to the Sony servers,
FEMALE_5: and the FBI point to phishing e-mails
FEMALE_5: aimed at executives and employees as the gateway.
FEMALE_5: In September of 2014,
FEMALE_5: Sony was receiving a lot of
FEMALE_5: phishing e-mails from a multitude of different accounts.
FEMALE_5: While the messages themselves took different forms,
FEMALE_5: many of the accounts which sent the e-mails were
FEMALE_5: registered under a common alias, Kim Hyun Woo.
FEMALE_5: These accounts were also often
FEMALE_5: accessed via the same group of IP addresses.
FEMALE_5: One of these fraudulent e-mails
FEMALE_5: managed to dupe a Sony employee.
FEMALE_5: And that simple mistake,
FEMALE_5: enabled the GOP to wiggle
FEMALE_5: their way into the Sony network.
Female 1: [MUSIC] Extraction begins the moment
Female 1: a victim clicks a link found within the fishing message,
Female 1: because more often than not, when opened,
Female 1: these links contain a dangerous piece
Female 1: of software known as malware.
Female 1: Malware is a malicious computer software
Female 1: that causes a victim computer to behave in
Female 1: a manner inconsistent with the intention of
Female 1: the owner or user of the victim computer.
Female 1: In the case of the Sony hack,
Female 1: a rare type of malware was used known as wiper malware.
Female 2: Wiper Malware is used to infiltrate a network,
Female 2: download all data stored on that network,
Female 2: and discreetly send that stolen data to
Female 2: an email address hard coded into the software.
Female 2: Once that process is complete,
Female 2: the malware is set to wipe itself
Female 2: and everything off of the infected network.
Female 2: This is what happened to Sony.
Female 1: But when the FBI digital forensics team
Female 1: analyzed the malware used in the attack,
Female 1: more traces of the perpetrators were found.
Female 1: Some of the email accounts coded into the malware were
Female 1: registered to the familiar alias Kim Hyon Woo,
Female 1: and were accessed via the same IP
Female 1: addresses that appeared in September 2014.
Female 1: These IP addresses are
Female 1: the true smoking gun because as it turns out,
Female 1: they're all assigned to a company located in North Korea.
Female 1: Though the FBI has identified
Female 1: strong connections to North Korea in the Sony hack,
Female 1: they've only been able to identify one of
Female 1: the potential actors, Park Jin Hyok.
Female 1: Park is a North Korean citizen,
Female 1: and works as a programmer for
Female 1: a company named Chosun Expo.
Female 1: On the surface, the company runs
Female 1: a legitimate North Korean lottery and e-commerce Website.
Female 1: Beneath that, the FBI calls
Female 1: Chosun Expo a front
Female 1: company for the North Korean government,
Female 1: which generates currency for
Female 1: a hacking organization known as LAB 110.
Female 1: The theory is that the GOP are
Female 1: actually employees of Chosun Expo,
Female 1: who work as agents of Lab 110.
Female 1: The FBI also ties Lab 110 to a number of
Female 1: other major cyber-attacks spanning from 2009-2017.
Female 1: Hyok began working for Chosun Expo in 2002,
Female 1: and has created multiple email accounts
Female 1: to carry out his duties.
Female 1: In their investigation, the FBI discovers
Female 1: some pretty clear connections
Female 1: between Park's work accounts,
Female 1: and the accounts used in the Sony hack.
Female 1: The FBI found that Park's work email frequently
Female 1: had correspondence with the email
Female 1: accounts registered to Kim Woo,
Female 1: and Park regularly access his work email via
Female 1: the same North Korean IP addresses
Female 1: as those which appeared during the Sony hack.
Female 1: The FBI suggests that Park was using
Female 1: his work accounts to test phishing emails,
Female 1: and the wiper malware as he developed it.
Female 1: But because of the gigantic scope of the attack,
Female 1: he could not have acted alone.
Female 1: The FBI states that there is a large number of
Female 1: other unnamed co-conspirators
Female 1: currently under investigation,
Female 1: who have similar ties to North Korea and Chosun Expo.
Female 1: The co-conspirators in Park supposedly
Female 1: worked in tandem on the creation of the wiper malware,
Female 1: and distribution of the phishing e-mails that
Female 1: would shake Sony in 2014.
Female 1: The Sony hack ushered in
Female 1: a new era of understanding cybercrime.
Female 1: Never before had a commercial entity
Female 1: fallen victim to an attack of this scale,
Female 1: and the unprecedented media coverage caused
Female 1: industries all over the world to look inward,
Female 1: and re-evaluate how they secure their data.
Female 1: In 2017, a coalition of
Female 1: private web security companies published
Female 1: a report which they named "Operation Blockbuster."
Female 1: The report is incredibly detailed and
Female 1: outlines similar evidence as presented by the FBI,
Female 1: but they never directly
Female 1: implicate North Korea in the attack.
Female 1: Instead of trying to name potential suspects,
Female 1: Operation Blockbuster focuses on
Female 1: understanding the methods employed by the hackers,
Female 1: and works on developing strategies for
Female 1: preventing similar attacks in the future.
Female 1: Both Operation Blockbuster and
Female 1: the FBI affidavit are free to download online,
Female 1: and worth checking out if you have an interest in
Female 1: the greater nuances and details of this crime,
Female 1: and others carried out by GOP,
Female 1: and after all these years,
Female 1: the threads of the Sony hack may
Female 1: seem closer than ever to being untangled.
Female 2: But the reality is the individuals
Female 2: behind this wild cyber heist are still out there,
Female 2: and who knows what they'll cook up next?
Male 1: You know what's more destructive than
Male 1: a nuclear bomb? Words.
Male 2: Yeah, tell me about it.
Male 1: Jordan. [MUSIC]
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